Renault Frendzy Concept
Renault Frendzy Concept is work and family EV car.
The Renault Frendzy is a concept car designed by Renault for the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show and is a similar size to the production Renault Kangoo.
The car can be used both as a modern office on wheels and as a passenger cars.
Concept was designed by Renault’s design chief Laurens Van den Acker with the exterior design accredited to Deyan Denkov.
The Frendzy is based on the Kangoo ZE . It is powered by an electric motor developing 59 bhp (44 kW; 60 PS) and is equipped with a lithium-ion battery pack.
Frendzy is both proud of its split personality and not ashamed of how awful it looks. Examples of this duality of purpose begin at the exterior. The “work” side features a sliding door, while the “family” side has conventional doors. A modular interior allows for storage or a comfy bench seat in the rear.
The external LCD display can show the name of a business or drawings done by a kid in the back seat.
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